Prahok Ktiss (Spicy Pork Dipping Sauce)

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INGREDIENTS:

1 pound of ground pork

1 (13.5 fl. oz) can of coconut milk (you will not use all of it)

3 Tbsp of prepared kreung (lemongrass paste)

1 Tbsp of Korean hot pepper paste

1/2 tsp of tamarind powder

1 Tbsp of sugar

2 Tbsp of creamy prahok

3/4 cup of peas

3-4 Thai red chili peppers (optional)

hot chili oil

fish sauce to taste

INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Dry roast your peas (and peppers), and then set them aside.
2. Pour half a can of coconut milk into a hot skillet. When it bubbles, add in your kreung, hot pepper paste, and creamy prahok. Stir until smooth.
3. Add in your ground pork and cook until no longer pink.
4. Stir in your tamarind powder and sugar.
5. Once cooked, taste for seasoning, and then add in your fish sauce. Add more coconut milk if you wish. It should be slightly salty, sweet, and spicy!
6. Add in your dry roasted peas and chili peppers (if using).
7. Cook until liquid has reduced down to half.
8. Turn off heat. Allow to cool down slightly before placing in small serving bowl.
9. Finish off with a drizzle of hot chili oil and serve with your favorite assortment of fresh vegetables.

NOTES: The measurements given are approximate. Please adjust seasoning as needed. :)

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4 Responses to “Prahok Ktiss (Spicy Pork Dipping Sauce)”

  1. Ame
    February 6, 2016 at 7:18 PM #

    ~ Tried this out today n everyone loved it! Made your kreung today too n ended up using all of it. Lol. The only one that wouldn’t touch it was my hubbie haha. Didn’t have prahok but subbed shrimp paste n it still turned out awesome! Thanks for this recipe n I agree so much I think ended up eating three servings of rice. Everyone had more than one serving of rice so I don’t feel too bed haha :) ~

    • March 11, 2016 at 11:22 AM #

      Awesome! And that’s okay–there are some things that I make that my husband refuses to eat, too! Haha.

  2. Lily Yem
    January 16, 2016 at 4:19 PM #

    Thank you for your effort in putting your recipes and videos together to share with the world. I greatly appreciate it. Your recipes are the bomb!

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